Student-Run Grief Support Group — starting Tuesday, 8 p.m.


(Sponsored by the Office of Counseling and Psychological Services–CAPS)

Meets: Weekly Tuesdays, beginning Sept. 12

Time: 8:00pm

Location: Solarium (Room 201)  (2nd fl., Davison Health Center)

Intended to create a network of support for those who have experienced the death

of a loved one. Please feel free to come and leave when it is convenient for you.

For more information, please contact:


WSA Elections — VOTE for your First-year Reps! Deadline 9/15

Voting in the Freshman and Fall At-Large Election is now open. Voting closes September 15th at 11:59pm.

To the class of 2021: Voting can be found here. There are nine (9) spots for Freshman Representatives open to the Class of 2021. The first five (5) vote-getters will receive full-year terms, the next four (4) will receive semester-length terms.

To the class of 2020, 2019, and 2018:  Voting can be found here. There are four (4) spots for At-Large Representatives open to the Classes of 2020, 2019, and 2018. The top two (2) vote-getters will receive full-year terms, the other two (2) will receive semester-length terms.

Write-in candidates must obtain sufficient votes to rank in the either the top five (5) for Freshman or two (2) for At-Large candidates. They also must have a minimum of twenty-five (25) votes.

In Addition: Project No Red Zone training will be offered to this Thursday, September 14th in USDAN 108 from noon to 1 p.m.

Thank you,
WSA Elections Committee

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Jazz Players & Singers! Seats available in Jazz Orchestra for instrumentalists and vocalists

MUSC457:  Jazz Orchestra I

Tues. & Thurs. 1:20-2:40 p.m., RHH001

Seats are available in this course conducted by internationally-renowned vibraphonist,  Jay Hoggard.  Instrumentalists and vocalists of all levels can be accommodated.  Contact Professor Hoggard at

Check out jazz orchestra’s website:


Resilience Retreat 10/6-8/17: Forms due September 15

Resilience Retreat 2017:  Are you yearning to feel more grounded, capable, and confident?  We invite you to participate in an off-campus, all-expense paid, interfaith weekend retreat from October 6-8 to help you enjoy increased resiliency by discovering and cultivating your own inner strength and peace.  During this program, we will discuss key components of resilience, identify individual areas of strength and potential growth, learn specific tools and practices that can help us become more resilient, and reflect on the role of our faith/spirituality.  Space is limited!  For more information, please contact Rev. Tracy Mehr-Muska from the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life at  To register, please fill out this form prior to 5pm on September 15

The MASH — Saturday, September 9

Check out The MASH line-ups and schedules:

And don’t miss a short set from the Smokin’ Lils–including President Roth, Professors Chernoff and Rosenthal, and Dean Brown among others–at 6 p.m. on the Foss Hill Main Stage, right after the Basukes and before Jess Best ’14.

Job Opportunities in Sustainability Office for this year!!

Dive into Settler Colonial Studies & Native American History– Seats in American Studies FYS course

 Check out this new course in AMST, which has seats available. Here is the info: